Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Charlie Kaufman on the Meaning Behind 'Anomalisa' at PSIFF: 'See the film'

Charlie Kaufman’s first venture into animation, co-directed by stop-motion wizard Duke Johnson, is the story of an alienated, married, mild-mannered, middle-aged customer-relations guru on a business trip to Cleveland. Lonely, he calls an old girlfriend, but their reunion in the hotel bar is a disaster. Then he sets his eyes on Lisa, and his world is transformed... Sex too. READ MORE: Human at the Seams: Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson Make Yearning Tangible in 'Anomalisa' And this all done by realistic looking puppets filmed stop motion. Quite touching really. At this PSIFF (Palm Springs) I saw Kaufman questioned twice about 'meaning', his film etc and...

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